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Pithy Tarot meanings -- The Tower

The Tower:
Anger is a way into the trap of our own private hell; letting go of it is our way out.

This pithy meaning raises a very important question: We all have a reservoir of anger inside of us that can bubble up (or erupt) inappropriately.  148 more words


Pithy Tarot meanings -- The Empress

The Empress
“Adopt the pace of Nature: her secret is patience.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
… and, I might add, persistence.

One of the meanings for this card is “Nature” (or “Mother Nature”), but it’s one that many of us tend to overlook or forget.   41 more words


Pithy Tarot meanings -- The World

The World:
“The more real you get, the more unreal the world gets.” — John Lennon

What do you think this means? To me, it means that as we discover our real (spiritual) Selves, we start to realize that the material world around us is like a dream that our spiritual Self is experiencing. 29 more words


V - The Hierophant

Ý nghĩa chính: Niềm tin vào những kiến thức từ cuộc sống.

Đầu tiên, về tên của lá bài, “Hierophany” có nghĩa là “sự hiện diện của những điều thiêng liêng”. 1,038 more words


Top 10 Mojo Tarot Cards for Manifesting a Better Sex Life

All Tarot cards can be used to describe various aspects of sexual energy and intimacy (or lack of) in a reading but not all cards carry mojo and sex drive. 699 more words


Pithy Tarot meanings -- The Emperor

The Emperor:
“Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful.” — Seneca

This quote can work as a pithy meaning for the Hierophant as well as for the Emperor. 167 more words


Tarotscopes for March!

Hello there tarot lovers! Well February flew by, huh? Spring is on the way for us in the Northern Hemisphere, and boy are we looking forward to it!   822 more words

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